The Size of Brazil: Bubble Shield in Space to Prevent Climate Collapse

Brazil size Bubble shield in space to prevent climate collapse by Kai Stubel 6/22/2020, 5:37 pm With global warming increasing, people are desperately searching for solutions to the climate problem. The researchers now propose dimming some of the sunlight with a giant carpet of bubbles in space. In theory, it sounds tempting – but there … Read more

From parasite to symbiont: hair follicle mites become one with humans

From parasite to symbiont Hair follicle mites become one with humans by Hedviga Nyarsik 06/22/2022, 8:28 PM They’re born on us, they feed on us, they mate on us, and they die on us: Researchers have found that tiny hair follicle mites are so dependent on humans that they gradually evolve from a parasite to … Read more

The second booster: For whom the fourth vaccination against corona makes sense

Summer wave is rolling Does the fourth vaccination make sense for everyone now? by Hedviga Nyarsik 06/16/2022, 09:30 AM The number of infections is increasing again in Germany. At the same time, vaccination protection decreases for many. This is especially dangerous for the elderly and frail. You should get a fourth injection. But what about … Read more

Katrina provides data: Climate crisis means more violence for women and minorities

Katrina provides the data Climate crisis means more violence for women and minorities by Solveig Bach 06/14/2022, 05:04 PM The climate crisis does not seem to affect everyone equally. There are not only regional aspects, but also gender differences. A study indicates a much higher risk of violence for women and sexual minorities. The climate … Read more

That time has come again, but…: Why is the hype in Super Moon actually nonsense

That time has come again, but… Why is the hype about Super Moon actually nonsense by Kai Stubel 06/14/2022, 2:47 pm If the full moon is particularly close to Earth, it is called a super moon. What holds the titles is actually less exciting than the name suggests. Planetary geologist Ulrich Koehler explains to ntv.de … Read more

The time of day affects performance: Do you prefer to run in the morning or in the evening? – knowledge

Sport enhances movement and metabolism in the body. However, time also plays a role: Studies show when the type of training is most likely to lead to success. By Jörg Zetlau 06/13/2022 – 16:52 She jogs every day for half an hour. Whether on the treadmill or outside. US Vice President Kamala Harris prefers to … Read more

The time of day affects performance: Do you prefer to run in the morning or in the evening? – knowledge

If you exercise early in the morning, you are likely to lose more weight. At least that’s what scientists have discovered in a new study. Photo: gpointstudio – stock.adobe.com/Anna Bizon Sport enhances movement and metabolism in the body. However, time also plays a role: Studies show when the type of training is most likely to … Read more

Knowing extreme weather early: This is how storm warnings should be better

Find out about severe weather earlier Severe weather warnings should be better 05/31/2022 11:27 AM More accurate forecasts of severe weather can save lives – devastating storms, thunderstorms, or downpours occur more frequently as a result of climate change. To prepare for this, a new generation of weather satellites was launched. What can they do … Read more

So far 21 cases in Germany: a large part of the monkeypox outbreak remains a mystery

Already 21 cases in Germany Much about the outbreak of monkeypox is still a mystery by Kai Stubel May 30, 2022, 5:41 pm The number of monkeypox cases outside Africa is increasing. There are now more than 400 worldwide. The sudden appearance continues to baffle researchers. German professional associations are now urging quick action – … Read more

Monkeypox: Important information about viruses is transmitted around the world in real time

05/30/2022 – 09:49 HPI Hasso Plattner Institute Potsdam (OTS) Just a few weeks after the observed increase in the incidence of monkeypox in people in many countries around the world, the World Health Organization has already published existing online training courses on the rare viral disease on its openWHO learning platform. The German Hasso Plattner … Read more